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Nintendo

3DS

3DS

Walls of games

Wii

Lynk

3DS

Simple

Inside the booth

E3

Kirby

Crowds

Wall to wall

Dragonquest 9

Bond

Super Scribblenauts

Lakers

Something for everyone

Wii Party

Like gems

At one of the gaming industry's largest conventions, we're inside on of the biggest booths. Nintendo's presence at E3 is eclipsed by no one, and after Tuesday's press conference, there's plenty to see here.

As the gates opened Wednesday at 10 a.m. to a deep, waiting crowds, gamers rushed to the Nintendo booth to check out some what's new and get up close and hands on with the 3D Nintendo 3DS.

See all of Gamespot's coverage from E3 here.
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A blue 3DS at the Nintendo booth. People waited in lines that were hundreds of people long Wednesday morning to get a look at the new 3D gaming device.
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The 3DS also comes equipped with a 3D camera.
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The great wall of games inside the Nintendo booth where the latest and greatest titles are on display.
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Trying out some of the newer games for Nintendo Wii.
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Lynk and Zelda had an grand presence at the booth.
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Row after row of women sat on an elevated platform, each showing off a Nintendo 3DS.
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Simple, sleek, and 3D.
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Thunderous sounds echoed inside the convention center, and all the glitz of the gaming industry's biggest convention.
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It's a nonstop geek gameland at E3.
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Kirby's Epic Yarn, got all kinds of giggles from Miko, who was playing the game early Wednesday.
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As soon as the convention center doors opened at 10 a.m. Wednesday, gamers rushed to line up to play the latest Nintendo games.
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Wall-to-wall games and wall-to-wall gamers. It's a dream come true for the geeky gang.
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Playing Dragon Quest 9 at the Nintendo booth Wednesday.
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From James Bond to Disney, Nintendo's titles are always popular.
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Super Scribblenauts on the Nintendo DS.
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With the Staples Center, the Lakers' home court, right next to the Los Angeles Convention Center, you can play the Lakers and watch them in person later that night.
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Packed with games and gamers, the Nintendo booth has something for everyone, and more.
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Wii Party, you party, at E3, everyone parties.
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The 3DS's were stored safely away in glass boxes, like, lit with magnificent white light.
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